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Overview

An image showing a happy Indigenous family sitting in the grass with text that reads, "Partnerships for Success."

Making up over 16 per cent of the population, Saskatchewan's Indigenous people are an important part of our province's history, culture, economy and future.

Partnerships for Success is an initiative designed to celebrate partnerships with positive outcomes for Indigenous people, businesses and communities.

Here, you'll find stories that shine a light on these relationships and how they make Saskatchewan a better place to live, work and play for Indigenous and all Saskatchewan people.

Every story profile contains an outcomes section and an infographic that bring attention to the results of each partnership. Read the profiles online or download high-quality print versions to share with family, friends and colleagues.

There's a lot to discover and more to come – join us!

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